Related News: Cop who stole nude pics off arrested women’s phones gets no jail time

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A now-former California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer who was charged with criminal felony charges after seizing and distributing racy photos copied from arrestees’ phones has pleaded no contest and will serve no jail time.

Sean Harrington’s plea deal, which was finalized on Tuesday, means that he receives a 180-day suspended sentence, three years of felony probation, and according to local media accounts, “must also speak at a community violence solutions class to tell everyone what he did.” Harrington resigned from the CHP last year after the charges were filed.

Source: Ars Technica

Related News: CHP officers reportedly stole cell phone photos from women in custody

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California Highway Patrol officers have allegedly been obtaining nude photos of female suspects from their cell phones and sharing them among other officers.

Sean Harrington, 35, allegedly sent photos from the cell phone of a DUI suspect to his own phone, reported the San Francisco Chronicle. He then reportedly shared the photos with other CHP officers.

Source: Ars Technica

Related News: Woman files $123M suit against Facebook over photoshopped nude photos

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Houston woman Meryem Ali has filed a $123-million lawsuit against both Facebook and a former friend who posted a picture of her on an “imposter” Facebook profile under her name, according to Texas Lawyer.

Photographs “that depict the true face of plaintiff” were altered with Photoshop and “attached to false, phony, naked body shots, and at least one pose where there is plaintiff in a graphic pornographic-like photo,” states the complaint, which was filed on July 25 in Harris County.

Source: Ars Technica

Related News: University of Iowa TA reportedly emailed nude photos to students

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. The Des Moines Register published an article titled University of Iowa TA reportedly emailed nude photos to students.

The incident first was made public Wednesday morning on the website TotalFratMove.com, which stated the TA in the math department had accidentally emailed nude photos of herself to students. The website also posted what it claims is a copy of the TA’s email, which reads: “Hi Class, I attach the solutions for number 76 and 78 in this email.”

According to TotalFratMove, which claims it has copies of the nude images, “The images are from a video chat that is quite sexual in nature. It appears that two people are ‘cyber-sexing’ from different locations using video equipment.”

Source: The Des Moines Register

Related News: Dothan man gets 10 years for sending nude photo to girl

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. The Dothan Eagle published an article titled Dothan man gets 10 years for sending nude photo to girl.

A Dothan man received a 10-year prison sentence for sending a nude picture of himself to a teenage girl, and possessing several nude pictures of the same girl.

Assistant Houston County District Attorney Kristen Shields said 49-year-old Franklin Whaples pleaded guilty to four felony sexual assault related charges in front of Circuit Court Judge Michael Conaway.

Source: Dothan Eagle

Related News: Tuscaloosa police close nude photo case against Geek Squad as time for charges runs out

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. AL.com published an article titled Tuscaloosa police close nude photo case against Geek Squad as time for charges runs out.

A possible criminal case against Geek Squad employees at Best Buy for their alleged distribution of nude pictures of a University of Alabama student has run out of time, Tuscaloosa Police Sgt. Brent Blankley said Monday afternoon. 

Source: AL.com

Related News: Lawsuit: Nude photos of University of Alabama student posted by Geek Squad

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. AL.com published an article titled Lawsuit: Nude photos of University of Alabama student posted by Geek Squad.

A University of Alabama art student alleges in a federal lawsuit that she recently found out Geek Squad members published on the Internet nude photos of her they found while repairing her computer at the Best Buy in Tuscaloosa where she works.

Source: AL.com